Visiting historical sites has been more like a fieldtrip than an exciting tour for me. Surely, it can get thrilling to see all the things you read on books in real life but it feels like there’s nothing more to do in historical spots than just listening to what your tour guide has to say.
But times have changed! Today, touring companies came up with smart itineraries and fun activities to make the walk down the memory lane a fantastic one.
Apart from the most-visited Rizal Park/Luneta, Leyte Landing Monument, Sandugo Shrine, Mactan Shrine and Calle Crisologo, Corregidor is another historical site that every Filipino should experience. But unlike the former spots which are very straightforward on what they have to showcase, Corregidor is one big island that has more than a dozen of attractions and activities to offer.
Here are some of them (ghost hunting not included):